Behind the Scenes: My Gear, My Style
It's not often that I have photos taken of me during a session. But I have been so fortunate to have Jocelyn, a college senior at Cornell, accompany me this summer on my various photo sessions. She took some shots of me at a 'Baby Bump' session at one of my favorite locations. What is my style? Totally relaxed, candid, spontaneous. My goal in every session is to keep things natural. I take formal photos but once those are done I get back into candid-mode and love when the radiant and natural smiles and interaction comes out.
I love this particular location which is right off a hiking trail at a local park. There's lots of natural light, beautiful foliage and shady areas. On my shoots I typically carry two camera bodies (a Canon 5DM3 and Canon 5DM2) so I do not need to interchange my favorite lenses. The two I use the most are my Canon 24-70mm f1.8 and 70-200mm f1.8. I have my Nifty Fifty and LensBaby Spark on hand also for those creative and super bokeh shots I love.
If you're curious about what I have in my bag, AND what sort of bag I use to carry my equipment check out this link that explains everything I routinely carry. Plus if you like this thinkTANKphoto bag, go to my personal link where you'll get a free goodie if you make a purchase. If you have questions about my gear, my style, my rates and portfolio, send me an email at email@example.com.
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